Public Education Rally – 10/11/14

          I’m a few days late in posting these, but here are a few pictures from the rally in support of public education, which took place on October 11th. Superintendent Ritz was the featured speaker, and JD Ford and Patrick Lockhart did a great job of hosting the event. I was …

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Early Voting Continues!

Please remember that early voting is underway! For times and locations for Johnson County residents, please visit http://co.johnson.in.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Vote-Centers-for-General-Election-2014.pdf. For Marion County residents, please visit http://www.indy.gov/eGov/County/Clerk/Election/Voter_Info/beforeed/Pages/Early-Voting.aspx.

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Minimum Wage Challenge – Week 2, Through Day 6

I failed the challenge again. I started the day with $2.06 left, and had to pay $2.50 for parking yesterday. Despite better planning, the outcome was the same as last week. If there’s one takeaway lesson, it’s that it is absolutely critical that we raise the minimum wage. To try to stay within the limits …

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Minimum Wage Challenge – Week 2, Through Day 5

I had to buy milk today. At a cost of $2.79, I have $2.06 left for food and transportation for the next 2 days. I’m going to fail again. I have to buy gas. I have to go downtown tomorrow and pay for parking. I cannot do this with the money left. Thus, as of …

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We Need Your Help!

There are a few things we need your help with at the moment: 1) Please tell your friends, family and neighbors in southern Perry Township and White River Township about our campaign. There are raging debates about the effectiveness of different types of advertising, but there can be no question as to the effectiveness of …

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Minimum Wage Challenge – Please Join Me For Week 2

As many of you know, I took the minimum wage challenge this past week. The challenge, which you can learn more about here, is to live for a week on $77 for food and transportation, which is the average amount a worker who works full-time at minimum wage has left after paying taxes and for housing. I …

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